West Africa

Regional Project on HIV and Development: Integration of HIV/AIDS into Educational Curricula of West African Countries

The program was set up as a six-week intensive course. The interdisciplinary training-of-trainers HIV/AIDS course consisted of a variety of topics that are of pressing importance to the sub-region, including: HIV/AIDS and development, methodology, research ethics, behavioral change, project management and evaluation, financial and logistics management, IEC strategies for community participation, legal and policy aspects, and learning how to learn with technology.

Start Date: 
2003

Survey Research on Child Labor in West African Cocoa Growing Areas

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement financed by the U.S. Department of Labor is to:

1. develop population estimates for the prevalence of children working in the worst forms of child labor in the cocoa growing areas of Côte d'lvoire and Ghana based on data from Tulane University's earlier survey in 2008/2009,

Start Date: 
2012

Sante Famille et Prevention du SIDA (SFPS) = Family Health & AIDS (FHA) West and Central Africa Regional Project

A regional project focusing on reproductive health but also with HIV/AIDS and child survival components.  Five different agencies (Tulane, JHPIEGO, JHU/CCP, PSI, FHI) where each prime contractors and worked with a Unified Management Team approach to jointly program and executed yearly work plans supporting country offices and activities in Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Togo and Cameroon.

Start Date: 
1998
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